I’m coming to you on my eleventh day of being back home in the mountains of Virginia after having been on one of the most life-changing, soul-shaping and globally significant Faery Light Journeys ever.

As many of you know, I led a beautiful group of incredibly powerful souls through the sacred lands of Scotland in answer to a holy summons.

This summons or call went out and touched each of us, and together The Twelve (as we would come to be called) of us supported a massive initiative that had been written in the stars, stones and our own hearts for aeons.

This initiative of which I speak is none other than the Awakening of the Dragons on Gaia.

For days now, and ever since I’ve arrived back home I have wanted to share this journey with you – at least some part of it, to bring you in to it in some way.

Because even though there were twelve of us that physically made the journey, what I know in my heart is that so many of you are also deeply connected to the story that has been unfolding around this, and in some way, you have played a part.

And yet…each time I would go to write something for you — to tell the story of the journey — the words just weren’t there. At a loss to articulate the deep and potent medicine of this tale, I became frustrated.

But a part of me also understood something:

What we experienced in Scotland was so deep and so sacred and so intimate that the words must come in their own time…when my heart is ready perhaps to release them into the world.

But right now I just want to hold the experience close to my heart, guard it like the dragons guard the sacred treasures of Gaia, and tend it.

Have you ever experienced something so powerful that you wanted to share it, and you knew you would eventually, but you also knew that it wasn’t quite the right time yet?

So instead I thought I’d share some of my favorite pictures of our Sacred Scotland Journey instead. 

This weekend we have our final group Integration Call for the twelve of us who were in Scotland together. I’m so excited to see everyone because the moments that we shared, for me, created lifelong connections. And this weekend’s group call is also a way to close a chapter, for the work we did together and the very specific intention for which we gathered has been fulfilled.

I have absolutely no idea how this will show up in my life or the lives of those who were part of this. But I do know that not a single one of us will ever be the same.

Until Soon and with a heart full of love and gratitude,

Diomira Rose

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